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By Rishi Doug · 19 September 2014
Jessie Ware releases another sultry track off her highly anticipated new album Tough Love.
Listen to Josef Salvat's latest track off his upcoming EP 'In Your Prime'
By Ian Cory · 19 September 2014
This Will Destroy You aim for highflying catharsis while keeping Another Language understated and subversive.
By Ian Cory · 17 September 2014
For a record so preoccupied with death, Arcade Fire's debut is bursting with energy and vitality. But of course, that’s just what a funeral is, not only mourning a loss, but celebrating a life — and the shared memories we have of it.
By Robert Whitfield · 17 September 2014
Ices is a fantastic evolution for Lia Ices and deserves to be adored.
By Ramon Romano · 12 September 2014
Ryan Adams is a perfectly decent, if not terribly ambitious, album from seasoned veteran Ryan Adams.
By Ray Finlayson · 11 September 2014
Some new words come to mind when listening to Avi Buffalo’s new album, At Best Cuckold: maturity, growth, and adaptation.
By Kimberley Ballard · 10 September 2014
Bjork's sixth studio album is her most impressive - parts oracle, hyper fantasy and skeletal sonata.
By Susan Kemp · 10 September 2014
Like a crush, the songs on Karen O's debut album, Crush Songs, are all a bit too fleeting.
By Ian Cory · 08 September 2014
El Pintor is unlikely to be remembered as much more than “the good album from Interpol's mid-period" — which isn’t exactly shining praise.
By Susan Kemp · 05 September 2014
When it comes to The Kook's latest release, Listen, maybe we should take a note from the second track and simply “Forgive & Forget”.
By Ray Finlayson · 04 September 2014
While Orphan is a fine introduction to HEIDEMANN’s world, the songs don’t come back and find you later once you’ve stopped listening.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 03 September 2014
More of a curiosity than symbolic of its time, The Go! Team's Thunder, Lightning, Strike still delights as a sort of mishmash of happy accidents.
By Rory McCluckie · 02 September 2014
On Picture You Staring, TOPS have hardly gone anywhere new – but when they’re already in such a sweetly agreeable place, why on earth should they?
By Ian Cory · 28 August 2014
While better than most of Opeth's recent efforts, Pale Communion is ultimately still a lesser work by a band formerly capable of masterpieces.
By Ray Finlayson · 28 August 2014
Only a few moments shine on Casey Jack's self-titled debut, largely in part because Jack and his band don't seem to have that much to say.